New research highlights the potential for skin rejuvenation from marine-derived biomaterials

News Date
April 2, 2024

The Egyptial Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences in its Volume 11, Issue 1, of 2024 published a research paper on the diverse applications of marine-derived collagen in skincare. It highlighted its moisturising, UV protecting and anti-inflammatory properties. The research is a literature review of 138 articles from various reputed journals. It was concluded in this research that marine collagen has huge potential in cosmetic industry. Jellyfish collagen exhibits significant contributions to healthy skin and its benefits can be tapped by the industry. Fish collagen emerges as a cost-effective option and is biocompatible as well. The research indicates that the versatile and safe nature of marine collagen shows its potential as a key component in pursuing effective and comprehensive skin rejuvenation solutions.

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